HM202 Remote Control Truck
- Small parts.Keep out of reach of small children.
- Please operate in an open field without any wave interference.
- When transmitter is low in power.please stop and change batteries immediately.
- 0n backout after the removal,please do not place discarded to avoid contamination sanitation.
- Please store the car and the transmitter in a dry and cool environment.
- Keep away from fire.hot or humid environment.
- lf car battery is wet,be sure to wipe and dry it completely to avoid any damage.
Remove The Truck Body
Pull out the pins and remove the body
Make sure all accessories are properly attached, remove the protection film from the body before turuning on the truck.
Install Transmitter Batteries
- Remove the battery cover on the bottom of the transmitter(figure 1)
- lnstall 3*1.5V AA batteries( not included) in correct polarities (Figure 2)
- Close the battery cover (Figure 3)
- When installing batteries , please be sure to match the polarities labeled on the battery holder.
- Do not mix old and new batteries.
- Do not mix different type of batteries.
Charge and Install Rechargeable Battery Pack
- Connect the USB cable with battery (Figure 4); Connect the USB cable with power (Figure 5); The red indicator light on USB cable will turn on when charging, the light will turn off when charging is completed.
- Loosen the latch of the battery cover on the chassis then open it (Figure 6).
- .Place your fully charged battery in the battery slot. connect the battery connector. Don’t force it,it only goes one wayl (Figure 7)
- Replace the battery cover lighten the latch (Figure 8)
USB Charger Precautions
- Install the battery with the correct polarity.
- Don’t mix old and new batteries.
- Don’t mix batteries.
- DO NOT charge batteries that can note be charged.
- Rechargeable batteries must be charged under adult supervision.
- The power terminal must not be short circuited.
- DO NOT connect more power than recommended.
- USB cable can only be used with the manufacturer to recharge the supple, USB is not the model.
- Renive duscgarged batteries from toys.
Transmitter switch instructions
(Long press the switch on car for 1-2 seconds to begin playing)
The amount that you increase the steering level is proportional with how much you move the steering level knob. By increasing the steering level (turn the knob clockwise), you can make the steering servo travel more which might prevent your vehicle from pushing during turns. By reducing the steering level (turn the knob counterclockwise), you can make the steering servo travel less which might reduce the amount of turn in in the corners.
- ALWAYS tum on your transmitter before you turn on the receiver in the vehicle. Always power off the receiver before turnino vour t’r ansmitter off.
- ALWAYS operate your vehicle in a wide open area. Opeating the vehicle on slipery floor or indoors may crash because of the high speed.
- WARNING: please be cautious that the water level should be lower than the bottom of the truck. if excessive amuount of water gets into the body of the truck and cause damage or other relatedproblems, We will not be responsible for any replacements and additional accessories if needed.
- ALWAYS start with low speed, or the vehicle may slip or run on curves. (as shown on Pie 1 ) NEVER operate your vehicle in max speed. Operating the vehicle in highest speed may hurt yourself and damage your vehicle.
- Seat the motor brushes by driving smoothly on a flat surface during use of the first battery charge. Failing to do so can greatly reduce motor performance and functional life.
- Prolong motor life by preventing overheating conditions. Undue motor wear results from frequent turns, stops and starts, pushing objects, driving in deep water and tall grass, and driving continuously up hill.
|Short run time||• Motor dirty or brushes worn||• Check/clean/replace|
|• Motor dirty or brushes worn
• Bind in drivetrain
• Vehicle battery is not charged
Do not operate
|• Transmitter batteries low
· Transmitter powered off
• Vehicle battery is not charged
• Power On
|• Low transmitter batteries
• Receiver antenna damaged
The system will not
|• Transmitter and receiver too near each other
• Transmitter and receiver too near large metal
objects (vehicles, etc.)
• Receiver accidentally put in bind mode so receiver
is no longer bound
|• Move transmitter 8-12 feet (2.4-3.Gm)
• Move away from large metal objects (vehicles, etc.)
• Rebind transmitter and receiver
|The receiver quits responding • Low battery voltage
• Completely recharge battery
|• Transmitter accidentally put in bind
mode, ending bind to receiver
|‘” Bind transmitter to receiver|